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tour de louisiane xliii - New Orleans Bicycle Club
TOUR DE LOUISIANE
Darius Sampey, Raising Cane’s
Shane Weigand, NOBC
Blake Krause, Cougan CC
MASTER 35+
Eddie Corcoran, NBO
Jaro Jurenka, Midsouth
Ryan Boudreaux, NBO
WOMEN
Ashley Knecht, Tiger Cycling
Rachel Massey, Emerald Cst
Laura Meichan, Sugar Cycles
JUNIOR
Vincent Wallen, Bay City
Elliott Moore, S3 Racing
Mark Ponseti, Unattached
2008
CATEGORY 1,2,3
Russ Walker (LaS’port)
Matt Davis (LaS’port)
Chris Alexander (Herring)
CATEGORY 4
Clint Austin (Unattached)
Eric Spina (TriStar)
Johnathan Lang (Tiger Cycling)
CATEGORY 5
Ed Novak (NOBC)
Stephen Mire (NOBC)
Randy Pipes (Tiger Cycling)
MASTER 35+
Lawrence Carbonneau (Jeep)
Mark Graffagnini (Midsouth)
Cal Partlow (Jeep)
WOMEN
Andrea Wilson (Kenda Tire)
Lauren Edwards (ProBike)
Ashley Knecht (Tiger Cycling)
JUNIOR
D’angelo Spina (TriStar)
Dylan Sierra (Tiger Cycling)
Nick Lucas (Raising Cane)
2009
CATEGORY 1,2,3
Ryan Boudreaux (Herring)
Paul Tower (Tristar)
Scott Kuppersmith (Herring)
CATEGORY 4
Pete Neubig (Sugar Cycles)
Dan Larocque (Tiger Cycling)
Stephen Mire (NOBC)
CATEGORY 5
Sean Schnur (Raising Cane’s)
John Matta (Bicycle World)
Chad Boudreaux (Bicycle Wld)
MASTER 35+
HISTORY
John Mclauchlin (ACCM)
Mark Graffagnini (Midsouth M)
Jerald Simon (Midsouth M)
WOMEN
Debbie Milne (Absolute)
Andrea Wilson (FCS)
Ashley Leach (Tiger)
2010
CATEGORY 1,2,3
Brandon Cowart (BikeBarn)
Ryan Boudreaux (Herring)
Bain Foote (Herring)
CATEGORY 4
William Hudgens (Gulf Coast)
Jason Smith (Precision)
Marshall Cupples (S3 Racing)
CATEGORY 5
Blair Krogh (Raising Cane’s)
Cole LeBlanc (Precision)
Scott Borne (Gulf Coast)
MASTER 40+
John McLauchlin (ACCM)
Jerald Simon (Midsouth Mas)
Donald Davis (Weber Sports)
WOMEN
Andrea Wilson (ACCM)
Amy Floyd (GEAUX Race)
Shannon Parrish (Spokeswom)
JUNIOR
Logan Haskew (Greenville)
Robert Monahan (NOBC)
Justin Addison (NOBC)
2011
CATEGORY 1,2,3
Nathan Brown (Trek Livestrong)
Woody Boudreaux (Herring)
Ben Gabardi (Herring Gas)
CATEGORY 4
Blair Krogh
Adam Morris
Greg Tant
CATEGORY 5
Stephen Noya
Johnny Rivers
Chris Kieren (Geaux Race)
MASTER 40+ CAT. 1-4
Jason Miller (Midsouth Masters)
Edward Schaub
Destry LeBrun (West Florida)
WOMEN
Pamela Tate (Marx & Bensdorf)
Julie Cook (Marx & Bensdorf)
Vivian Torres (NOBC)
JUNIOR
John Mooney
Andrew McMickens (S3 Racing)
Claudio Smith (S3 Racing)
2012
CATEGORY 1,2,3
Woody Boudreaux (Herring)
Tracy Martin (S3)
Timothy Regan (Herring)
CATEGORY 4
Stephen Noya (Tulane)
Jared Black (W. Florida)
John Wozniak (Absolute)
CATEGORY 5
Raul doria (Bayou)
AJ Delahoussaye (Bayou)
Brian Baum
MASTER 40+ CAT. 1-4
Ed Novak (Midsouth)
Donald Davis (US Military)
Wallace Groda (Bike Barn)
WOMEN
Irene Hurst (S3)
Marda Rehnelt (ACCM)
Melissa Paris (Dude Girl)
JUNIOR
Austin Cheshire (Fairhope)
Joseph Monahan (NOBC)
Grayson Gavras (Fairhope)
2013
CATEGORY 1,2,3
1. Andrew Hammond(Herring)
2. Peter Reed(Absolute)
3. John Brizzard(Bikes Plus)
CATEGORY 4
1. Jacob Schoen(4th Dimension)
2. Joshua Hudson(LaSport)
3. Jamie Freeman(Vantage)
CATEGORY 5
1. Joshua Hayes
2. Jacob Smith
3. James Johnson (Cane’s)
MASTER 40+ CAT.1-4
1. John Dias (S3)
2. Jason Miller (Midsouth)
3. Alex Habbit (Acadiana)
WOMEN
1. Louise Cheetham (S3)
2. Ashley Amacker (Bikes Plus)
3. Mignon Guerin (NOBC)
JUNIOR
1. Lance Abshire (GEAUX)
2. Matthew Rose (Vantage)
3. Hunter Keyes (Vantage)
The Apolline Restaurant
Tour
de
Louisiane
43rd Annual Stage Race
Stoney Point • Mandeville • Covington
Sponsored by:
APOLLINE RESTAURANT
STEVENSON & MURRAY
BRADLEY J. BARTHOLOMEW, MD
SPAGNOLETTI & ASSOCIATES
DESIRE TITLE COMPANY
GENERAL WORK PRODUCTS INC
ANIMAL HEALTH CLINIC
FRERET HARDWARE
GNO CYCLERY
BICYCLE WORLD
THE SPOKESMAN
BICYCLE CONNECTION
ROBIN ROBÉRT, CLU
REGINALD A. BRESETTE, LLC
June 7-8, 2014
New Orleans Bicycle Club
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RACE BIBLE
TOUR DE LOUISIANE
WELCOME
TOUR DE LOUISIANE XLIII
This year the Tour de Louisiane celebrates its forty-third year as a club-promoted
stage race. As far as we know, it’s the oldest such race in the country. This is a race
that is run entirely by and for competitive cyclists, most of whom would really rather
be riding in it. The promoter, officials, judges and assistants are primarily active
racers who donate their time and energy toward running a bicycle race that they, as
bicycle racers, can be proud of. The Tour is promoted by the New Orleans Bicycle
Club, and many of its members contribute to its success. We generally consider
“success” to be breaking even on expenses, not sending anyone to the hospital, and not
taking up so much time that we have to miss any area races.
We would like to thank The Washington Parish Sheriff's Office for their invaluable
assistance with this year's Road Races. We would like to thank the St. Tammany
Parish Sheriff’s Office and Lakeshore High School for assistance with the Time Trial.
We would like to give special thanks to the City of Covington for their invaluable
assistance with the Criterium course. We would also like to thank all of the members
of the New Orleans Bicycle Club and Louisiana bicycle racing community who helped
out when needed. Our biggest thanks, however, go to the riders themselves, who have
supported this event for over four decades, and without whom events such as this
would be meaningless.
The New Orleans Bicycle Club
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TOUR DE LOUISIANE
3. J. Hurling (Cajun Cyclists)
SENIOR 4
1. C. Cearley (Team LaS’port)
2. E. Murphy (Barrel)
3. R. Baker (WFW)
SENIOR 5
1. K. McKee (Cajun Cyclists)
2. C. Savage (AW)
3. W. Matthew (NOBC)
MASTER 35
1. S. Ewing (Unat)
2. R. Raspet (Oxford)
3. J. Todd (Velo V)
WOMEN
1. W. Webb (Emerald Coast)
2. T. Rodosta (Sear)
3. J. Mallette (GCC)
JUNIOR
1. C. Thomas (NOBC)
2. D. Friedt (Red Stick)
3. M. Schuler (NOBC)
2 0 0 0 SENIOR 1,2,3
1. Frank Moak (Herring)
2. Jack Ditt (Herring)
3. Chris Stokes (Herring)
SENIOR 4
1. Eddie Corcoran (Lakeshore)
2. Rob Hudson (MTD)
3. Darrell O’Quinn (Red Stick)
SENIOR 5
1. Mike Corcoran (Lakeshore)
2. S Pinsonneault (Red Stick)
3. Michael Lacassin (Lakeshr.)
MASTER 35
1. Mike Lew (NOBC)
2. Scott Ewing (ABP)
3. Kirby Hebert (unatt)
WOMEN
1. Wendy Webb (ABP)
2. Mary McLaurin (GCCA)
3. Traci Rodosta (Denver V)
JUNIOR
1. Nick Payne (Broadway)
2. David Kral (Broadway)
3. Ben Schuler (Lakeshore)
2 0 0 1 SENIOR 1,2,3
Bryan Bunch (Herring)
Tim Erwin (Supplementwatch)
Gary Zyriek (Herring)
SENIOR 4
Bert Rareshide (NBO)
Glen Dyson (TX Flyers)
Ben Schuler (NOBC)
SENIOR 5
Mike Corcoran (Lakeshore)
Lawrence Holliday (Earthquake)
Shawn Olin (Navy)
MASTER 35+
Scott Ewing (Emerald Coast)
Brent Thompson (Unat)
George Heagerty (Emerald
Coast)
WOMEN
Wendy Webb (Emerald Coast)
Josie Babin (Red Stick)
Courtney Elbourne (NOBC)
HISTORY
2 0 0 2 SENIOR 1,2,3
Gary Zyreik (Herring)
Frank Moak (Herring)
Shawn Casey (Herring)
SENIOR 4
Mike Corcoran (NOBC)
Doug Harwell (NOBC)
Boyd Hemphill (Woodlands)
SENIOR 5
David Field (Unat)
Bain Foote (Twin City)
Louis Lefleur (Cajun)
MASTER 35+
Cal Partlow (Emerald Coast)
Rich Raspet (Memphis
MotorWks)
Daniel Thompson (Jackson
Metro)
WOMEN
Giselle Pagel (MFS)
Shontelle Gautier (Cajun)
Felicia Finston (LaS’port)
JUNIOR
Brennan Percy (MFS)
2 0 0 3 SENIOR 1,2,3
Mat Stephens (GCCA)
Frank Moak (Herring)
Gary Zyriek (Herring)
SENIOR 4
Scott Mitchell (La S’port)
Brian Loflin (La S’port)
Peter Sims (CycleSport)
SENIOR 5
Kyle Boudreaux (Unat)
Johnny Harrison (Unat)
Davis Donald (Unat)
MASTER 35+
James Sanders (MMW)
Steve Martin (NOBC)
Richard Raspet (MMW)
WOMEN
Josephine Babin (MFS)
Sandra Taylor (LaS’port)
Shery McNeely (Twin Cities)
JUNIOR
Kurt Weisinger (Southern Elite)
Dylan Jason (MFS)
Francis Asprodites (NOBC)
2 0 0 4 CATEGORY 1,2,3
Joseph D’Antoni* (Cajun Cycl)
Troy Porter (Herring Gas)
Bain Foote (Herring Gas)
Tim Regan (Herring Gas)
* 2-yr suspension, Sept. ‘04
CATEGORY 4
Brandon Morvant (NOBC)
Scott Kuppersmith (Cadence)
Will Cheramie (Tiger CF)
CATEGORY 5
Rob DeJean (NOBC)
Robert Santopadre(NOBC)
James Haycraft (Adams)
MASTER 35+
James Sanders (MMW)
Ed Chapman (Olympus)
Matt Rinard (NBO)
WOMEN
Shannon Koch (LaS’port)
Courtney Elbourne (NOBC)
Sheri McNeeley (Twin City)
JUNIOR
Dylan Jason (MFS)
Andrew Hammond (ProBike)
Brooks Abel (Unat)
2 0 0 5 CATEGORY 1,2,3
Kevin Kremke (Bike Barn)
Frank Moak (Herring Gas)
John Reed (Team Six)
CATETORY 4
Donald Davis (West Fla.)
Jay Bookman (Tiger Cycling)
Whitney Stanbrough (Cumber.)
CATEGORY 5
Destry LeBrun (Bikes Plus)
Scot Langford (LaS’port)
Jason Miller (NOBC)
MASTER 35+
Larry Carbonneau, Mobile Velo
Russ Walker, LaS’port
Jay Megginson, Olympus
WOMEN
Julia Kastner, Southern Elite
Lindsay Gosslee, LaS’port
Taylor Ahrens, Tiger Cycling
JUNIOR
Andrew Hammond, Pro Bike
Vincent Wallen, Gulf Coast
James Amos, Bikes Plus
2 0 0 6 CATEGORY 1,2,3
Hunter East, CARVE
Mike Olheiser, MMW
Bain Foote, Herring Gas
CATEGORY 4
Matt Davis, LaS’port
Tyler Stanfield, Unat
Michael Rodriguez, Simpson’s
CATEGORY 5
Tom Puckett, Ridgeland
Barry Edwards, NOBC
Jeb Falgout, Raising Canes
MASTER 35+
Cal Partlow, Orlando Velo
John Bratton, Brain&Spine
David Hyde, Unat
WOMEN
Kristi Darby, Unat
Ashley Knecht, Tiger Cycling
Rachel Massey, ECC
JUNIOR
Austin Potter, Woodlands
Vincent Wallen, GCBC
Elliott Moore, Twin City
2 0 0 7 CATEGORY 1,2,3
Matt Davis, LaS’port
Wylie Bagley, GCCA
Tracy Martin, Raising Canes
CATEGORY 4
Ronald Strange, Tilson
Brian Rizk, Precision
David Vanderlick, LaS’port
CATEGORY 5
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TOUR DE LOUISIANE
Master-35
1. B. Sims (MCA)
2. G. Cormie (LCC)
3. M. Overby (River)
Junior
1. B. Anderson (LDDS)
2. B. Andrews (PFF)
3. C. Bobbit (TRB)
Women
1. L. Kirtley (Unat)
2. B. Gautier (Cajun)
3. J. Downing (Cajun)
1 9 9 1 Senior 1-3
1. R. Tenney (Cajun)
2. M. Lew (Unat)
3. G. Konrad (Loyola)
Senior 4
1. R. Horesovsky (Fla)
2. J. Stiller (NOBC)
3. N. Morse (Loyola)
Master-35
1. B. Sims (MCA)
2. D. Dunham (NOBC)
3. R. Raspet (MCA)
Junior
1. I. Brauner (Velo)
2. J. Christian (LTU)
3. J. Sylvester (Cajun)
Women
1. K. Erdoes (OK)
2. C. Corderman (Emerald)
3. S. Hosman (OSI)
1 9 9 2 Senior 1-3
1. G. Eberdt (RCCA)
2. S. Swann (SCCC)
3. B. Guidry (Cajun Cyc)
Senior 4
1. M. Greco (Velo Sp)
2. J. Stiller (Unatt)
3. T Stringer (GCBC)
Master-35
1. D. Hyde (River City)
2. G. Cross (Natchez)
3. R. Raspet (RCBC)
Junior
1. B. Rabner (Loyola)
2. I. Brauner (Loyola)
3. P. Guyton Jr (NOBC)
Women
1. B. Livingston (Cajun)
2. J. Howard (GCRC)
3. M. McGunnis (Loyola)
1 9 9 3 Sr. 1-3
1. T. Bauer (Ruston)
2. K. Perry (Cajun)
3. J. Cardona (Ruston)
Senior 4-5
1. J. Pierce (River City)
2. L. R. Walker (SBC)
3. J. Stiller (NOBC)
Master-35
1. S. Hendricks (Health)
2. G. Cross (Red Stick)
3. M. Trione (Cadence)
Junior
1. K. Parker (Cajun)
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HISTORY
2. J. Harling (Cajun)
3. M. Manning (SF)
Women
1. G. Bauer (Whole F.)
2. B. Jensen (Red Stick)
3. J. Pryor (Red Stick)
Cit./Cat.5
1. R. Harris (Farrell)
2. M. Ducote (Unat)
3. M. Sinkule (SBC)
1 9 9 4 Senior 1-3
1. G. Konrad (Unat)
2. K. Perry (Cajun)
3. S. Casey (Herring)
Senior 4-5
1. M. Greco (Velo)
2. J. Stiller (NOBC)
3. P. Knoup (Memphis)
Master-35
1. M. Trione (Port City)
2. R. Raspet (Memphis)
3. S. Martin (Unat)
Women
1. L. Miller (Herring)
2. V. Chwalinski (RCCA)
3. R. Younie (Cajun)
Junior
1. A. Peuhs (BBC)
2. J. Hurling (Cajun)
3. J. D’Antoni (NOBC)
Citizen
1. D. Jarrell
2. A. Moore
3. C. Partlow
1 9 9 5 SENIOR 1/2/3
1. Gordon Konrad (GNO)
2. S. Harrick (Landis)
3. S. Casey (Herring)
SENIOR 4/5
1. J. Stiller (Playground Earth)
2. B. Ridge (GNO)
3. M. Anderson (IWSM)
MASTER-35+
1. S. Martin (Unat)
2. C. Reed (Internet) at 00:03
3. G. Cross (Red Stick) at 00:19
WOMEN
1. G. Pagel (Red Stick)
2. L. Williams (NOBC) at 00:37
3. R. Simons (GNO) at 00:48
JUNIOR
1. J. Labauve (GNO)
2. T. Rives (Red Stick) at 00:01
3. D. Reiss (Unat) at 01:29
CITIZEN
1. P. Shannon
2. C. Schumann
3. K. Zibilich
1 9 9 6 SENIOR 1,2,3
1. R. Konrad (GNO)
2. S. Casey (Herring)
3. T. Bauer (GNO)
SENIOR 4,5
1. J. Lee (Mezza Luna)
2. E. Chapman (AWV)
3. T. Smith (Unat)
MASTER-35
1. R. Robert (NOBC)
2. G. Cross (Red Stick)
3. B. Parnell (GS Houston)
WOMEN
1. G. Pagel (Red Stick)
2. R. Simons (NOBC)
3. L. Miller (Herring)
PUBLIC
1. J. Earhart (Unat)
2. M. Fontana (Unat)
3. K. Zibilich (NOBC)
1 9 9 7 SENIOR 1,2,3
1. Kenney Bellau (Herring)
2. Frank Moak (Herring)
3. Joey D’Antoni
(Saturn/NOBC)
SENIOR 4
1. J. Watson (Sr. Speedy)
2. F. Sunderman (Red Stick)
3. R. Bernard (Saturn/NOBC)
SENIOR 5
1. D. Horn (Mezza Luna)
2. J. Thompson (Roadkill)
3. M. Golson (Roadkill)
MASTER 35
1. Scott Martin (Sir Speedy)
2. D. Sharp (Texas Eagles)
3. M. Barrilleaux
(Saturn/NOBC)
WOMEN
1. Rosanne Simons
(Sat./NOBC)
2. Laura Williams
(Saturn/NOBC)
3. K. Sunderman (Cajun
Cyclists)
1 9 9 8 SENIOR 1,2,3
1. C. Alexander (Herring)
2. T. Rives (Unat)
3. B. Faulk (Sr. Speedy)
SENIOR 4
1. J. Watson (Sr. Speedy)
2. S. Tomaszewski (Red Stk)
3. J. Clark (Red Stick)
SENIOR 5
1. L. Holliday (Unat)
2. S. Bernard (Roadkill)
3. Z. Broussard (Sr. Speedy)
MASTER 35
1. G. Vega (Cycle Center)
2. D. Sharp (TX Eagles)
3. E. Corcoran (Unat)
WOMEN
1. K. Scully (La S’port)
2. G. Pagel (Red Stick)
3. A. Vargas (Challenger
Schw)
JUNIOR
1. E. Hojem (Unat)
2. D. Friedt (Unat)
1 9 9 9 SENIOR 1,2,3
1. G.W. Wenzel (Emerald
Coast)
2. L. Schimmel (RBM)
TOUR DE LOUISIANE
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 2014
7:30 am REGISTRATION. Stoney Point. All Classes. Closes 8:15 a.m.
9:00 am STONEY POINT ROAD RACE Presented by Stevenson & Murray 16.1
mile loop in rolling hills. Stoney Point Baptist Church, 19144 LA-450,
Stoney Point, La. (all distances are approximate)
9:00 am Category 1/2/3: ............. 80.5 Miles (5 Laps).
9:10 am Category 4: ................... 64.4 Miles (4 Laps).
9:20 am Master-40+, Cat. 1-4: .... 64.4 Miles (4 Laps).
9:25 am Category 5 .................... 32.2 Miles (2 Laps).
9:30 am Junior: ........................... 32.2 Miles (2 Laps).
9:30 am Women: ........................ 32.2 Miles (2 Laps).
Groups start in the above order.
5:30 pm INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL Presented by Bradley J. Bartholomew, MD 3.0
miles. Unidirectional from Lakeshore High School, 26301 Highway 1088,
Mandeville, LA Start in order of race number within each category/class.
SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 2014
COVINGTON CRITERIUM Presented by Spagnoletti & Associates. Start/finish near
Covington Trailhead and old Train Depot, 517 N. New Hampshire St., Covington, LA.
Approx. 1.25 km (.8 mi.) course, to be ridden clockwise.
7:30 am Juniors ...................................................... 30 min.
8:15 am Women .................................................... 30 min.
9:00 am Category 5 ............................................... .40 min.
10:00 am Master-40+, Cat. 1-4 ................................ 50 min.
11:00 am Category 4 ................................................ 50 min.
12:00 am Category 1,2,3 .......................................... 60 min.
1:30 pm ...................................... Final Awards Ceremony
2014 TOUR DE LA PRIZELIST
$6,000 CASH TOTAL
Category 1/2/3:... $1,990, 20 Places
Master 40+... $1,305, 13 Places
Category 5... Awards, 5 Places
Cat. 3 Bonus... $205, 3 Places
Category 4.... $1,305, 13 Places
Junior 18.... Awards, 5 Places
Women.... $990, 12 Places
55+ Bonus.... $205, 3 Places
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TOUR DE LOUISIANE
RULES AND REGULATIONS
R U L E S A N D R E G U L AT I O N S
FINAL STANDINGS IN ALL CLASSES WILL BE DETERMINED BY TOTAL
ELAPSED TIME. Stage Timing will be to the nearest second (truncated). See bunch
timing rules below. Ties on GC resolved by tenths of seconds in TT per USAC stage
race rules. Scoring for General Classification only. Reminder: All riders on the same
team must wear identifiably similar jerseys in the Road Race and Criterium.
RACE NUMBERS
The large number should be placed on the side of the lower back, just above the
pockets (if any), turned so that the numbers are upright when the rider is horizontal.
The other large number goes on the back so it is visible from behind (required for Road
Race and Criterium only). The small number goes on the shoulder, preferably so that it
is visible from the front/side. Judging for all races will be from the right side, so
shoulder and side numbers go on the
RIGHT.
Numbering generally as follows:
Category 1/2/3:
Category 4:
Category 5:
Master-40+:
Junior:
Women:
#1-99
#100-199
#200-299
#300-399
#400-449
#450-499
TIME BONUSES
STAGE PLACINGS
The top finishers in the Road and Criterium stages will be awarded time bonuses as
follows for First, Second, and Third place finishes (all classes).
1st Place: 10 Seconds
2nd Place: 6 Seconds
3rd Place: 4 Seconds
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TOUR DE LOUISIANE
HISTORY
TOUR DE LA WINNERS CIRCLE
1 9 7 2 Senior “A”
1. John Howard (Ca.)
2. Bill Shook (Ohio)
3. Jim Montgomery (Ala)
4. Bobby Phillips
5. Bill Guazzo (Ca.)
6. Don Bir (Ohio)
7. Jim McFadden (NOBC)
8. Skip Sparry (Tx)
9. K. Papageorge (Tx)
10. Peter Green (Tx)
Senior “B”
1. Doug Haddock (NOBC)
2. Craig Bennight (Tx)
3. A. Reynolds (Tx)
4. C. Winkleman (Ohio)
5. K. Fitzsimmons (Ohio)
Novice
1. Chris Todd (NOBC)
2. Don Lagrone (NOBC)
Junior
1. Tim Waterbury (Ohio)
2. Tip House
3. Rod Joslin
4. J.Kryzanowski
5. Dan Chavetz
Intermediate
1. Lloyd Hawkins
1 9 8 1 Senior 1-2:
1. Culin O'Brein (FVW)
2. Ian Bowles (NFRC)
3. Dan Casebeer (SIU)
Senior 3-4:
1. John Prosser (FVW)
2. Tom Thompson (EV)
3. Scott Yarbro (A&M)
Women:
1. Tracy Stiller (TVS)
2. Jakelene Sutton (ABC)
3. Sally Draper (NOBC)
Junior:
1. John McAllister(NOBC)
2. P. Hennessey (NOBC)
2. Deborah Melton
3. A. Vallotton (NOBC)
1 9 8 2 Senior 1-2:
1. Ned Gallaher (SIDI)
2. Dan Casebeer
3. Richard Fries (NFRC)
Senior 3-4:
1. Chris Laporte (NOBC)
2. J. McAllister (NOBC)
3. Seth Poole (AW)
Women:
1. Jacquie Phelan (VC)
2. Tracy Stiller (TVS)
3. Adrienne Schmidt QC
Veterans:
1. Denis Carroll (NOBC)
2. Michael Jenkins (BR)
3. Bill Sherk (LSSC)
1 9 8 3 Senior 1-2:
1. Dan Casebeer
2. Tom Doughty
3. Tom Finklea
Senior 3-4:
1. Joel Thompson
2. Todd Gogulski
3. Stephen Katchur
Veterans:
1. Stan Truxillo
2. Denis Carroll
3. Jim Bergin
Women:
1. Susan Ehlers
2. Laura Peyche
3. Mary Reoch
1 9 8 4 Senior 1-2:
1. David Ware
2. Tom Schuler
3. Dan Casebeer
Senior 3-4:
1. Richard Lugg
2. Kevin Callaway
3. Hamilton Ory
Senior-35:
1. James Davis
2. David Stephens
3. Stan Truxillo
Women:
1. Carol Addy
3. Paula Andros
1 9 8 5 Senior 1-2:
1. Brian Roberts (NOBC)
2. Charles Kinnual (Tur)
3. Mike Lew (NOBC)
Senior 3-4:
1. Andres Holquin (LSU)
2. Chris Laporte (LSU)
3. Frank Moak (MCA)
Senior-35:
1. Stan Truxillo (NOBC)
2. Jim Bergin (NOBC)
3. Denis Carroll (NOBC)
Women:
1. Louise Hose (BRBRC)
2. Jennifer Johnston (CC
3. JoGwin Shelby (NOBC)
1 9 8 6 Senior 1-3:
1. J. Mastrianni (ECAL)
2. C. Martel (CYTRON)
3. H. Ory (BRBRC)
Senior 4:
1. T. Wright (LSUBRC)
2. B. Fontenot (CS)
3. S. Stonebreaker (NOBC)
Senior-35:
1. J. Flemming (LBC)
2. S. Truxillo (NOBC)
3. B. Jones (KBC)
Women:
1. L. Hose (LSU)
2. P. Martin (BRBRC)
3. J. Shelby (NOBC)
1 9 8 7 Senior 1-3:
1. Mike Lew (VSRC)
2. Robert Bart (VSRC)
3. Stephen Apsey (LSU)
Senior 4:
1. David Guillory (Unat)
2. Scot Wyman (PFF)
3. David Henderson
Senior-35:
1. Bruce Flemming (LB)
2. Stan Truxillo (NOBC)
3. W. Hudson (NOBC)
Women:
1. Jan Ripple (LSU)
2. J. Shelby (NOBC)
3. Debbie Lamarche
1 9 8 8 Senior 1-3:
1. M. Lew (VSRC)
2. M. McMurry (PFF)
3. P. Raines (PFF)
Senior 4:
1. D. Bennet (VSRC)
2. C. Gober (Unat)
3. M. Blaylock (SWBC)
Master-35:
1. R. Raspet (MCA)
2. R. Legeai (NOBC)
3. S. Truxillo (NOBC)
Women:
1. D. Lamarche (SWBC)
2. E. Stevenson (PFF)
1 9 8 9 Senior 1-3:
1. Bruce Sanders (MCA)
2. Randy Gibson (TCC)
3. J. Sutherland (GSH)
Senior 4:
1. Damon Cupp (TLS)
2. William Anderson
3. J. Maheu (VSRC)
Master-35:
1. Steve Clark (GSH)
2. Robert McNeely (TLS)
3. Mike Williams (TWE)
Junior:
1. Steve Pigott (MCA)
2. Chris Harvey (VSRC)
3. Billy Andrews (PFF)
Women:
1. Edwina Weyard (KB)
2. Leigh Kirtley (MCA)
3. Holly Langford (LSU)
1 9 9 0 Senior 1-3
1. J. Merle (JB)
2. J. Phyfer (MCA)
3. M. Lew (JB)
Senior 4
1. C. Davis (Loyola)
2. M. Kirtley (LCC)
3. M. Collins (Unat)
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
HOT SPOTS
There will be a single HOT SPOT for each class in the Road Race and in the Criterium.
Road Race Hot Spots will be at the finish line on completion of Lap 1 (all classes).
Criterium Hot Spots will be at the approximate mid-point of each race (see Criterium
section of program). Hot spot time bonuses will be awarded for First and Second and
Third places as below (all classes):
1st Place:
2nd Place:
3rd Place:
6 Seconds
4 Seconds
2 Seconds
TRAFFIC CONTROL
Both the Time Trial and Road Race courses are OPEN TO TRAFFIC. Please
remember that most drivers do not know how to react to a racing peloton. Use your
head and STAY IN THE RIGHT LANE AT ALL TIMES! All turns should be
monitored, but the final responsibility for safety rests with the rider! We sometimes
have trouble stopping cars. HEADS UP THROUGH TURNS! When warming up
before races, KEEP THE ROAD CLEAR by not standing around in the street talking,
etc. This is very important to our ability to continue to have races on our course.
Riders are reminded that the time trial and road courses are open to traffic, and that they
should at all times avoid blocking the road, especially in the start/finish area. Please
respect the rights of others with whom we share the road. Team and individual vehicles
are to stay in the parking area at all times. Private vehicles are not allowed on the
course. Special course instructions appear below for each event.
To u r d e L o u i s i a n a R e s u l t s , 1 9 7 2
Senior “A”
1. John Howard (Ca.)
2. Bill Shook (Ohio)
3. Jim Montgomery (Ala)
4. Bobby Phillips
5. Bill Guazzo (Ca.)
6. Don Bir (Ohio)
7. Jim McFadden (La)
8. Skip Sparry (Tx)
9. K. Papageorge (Tx)
10. Peter Green (Tx)
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Senior “B”
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Doug Haddock (La)
Craig Bennight (Tx)
A. Reynolds (Tx)
C. Winkleman (Ohio)
K. Fitzsimmons (Ohio)
Novice
1. Chris Todd (La)
2. Don Lagrone (La)
Junior
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tim Waterbury (Ohio)
Tip House
Rod Joslin
J.Kryzanowski
Dan Chavetz
Intermediate
1. Lloyd Hawkins
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
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CRITERIUM
CRITERIUM MAP
The original New Orleans Bicycle Club was founded in 1880, and incorporated in 1885. Six years later, in
1891, the club built its own clubhouse at the corner of Baronne and Peniston. After disbanding some time
later, the club was finally reorganized in 1968 by a few interested cyclists who had recently discovered "tenspeeds". Incorporated a couple of years later, the club was responsible for nearly all organized racing in the
state for some years. One of the club's first big projects was the New Orleans 100 National Bicycle Race,
which was held on March 30, 1969. From this humble beginning evolved the Tour de Louisiane. The Tour
has been host to a number of notable riders, including national champions and Olympic competitors, but
has always remained open to the club riders that form the basis of U.S. cycling. For more information about
the club and its activities, visit the website at www.neworleansbicycleclub.org/.
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519 N. New Hampshire St., Covington, LA.
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3. All riders finish on the same lap as the leader.
4. Lapped riders may be pulled by the referee if they threaten to interfere with
judging and/or the finish. Times for pulled and lapped riders will be calculated
according to USAC rules.
5. Lapped riders who are not pulled and allowed to continue, and are then caught by
a breakaway from the field, may not lead [disqualification] the breakaway. Riders
off the front of the field may not accept assistance from riders who have lost
contact with the back of the field [disqualification for accepting such assistance].
Lapped riders may rejoin and race with the field.
6. Riders must finish the Road Race and Time Trial in order to ride in the Criterium.
7. Following a bunch sprint, riders in the group must verify their presence in the
group with the judges IMMEDIATELY after the sprint. See the section on
CONTROL SHEET sign-in.
8. Bikes and tires may be checked at the start.
9. NUMBERS: Place your shoulder number on your RIGHT shoulder. Side number
should be on RIGHT back, above the pockets. Back number on center back.
HOT SPOT
There will be a time bonus Hot Spot at the approximate mid-point of each race for
First-Third places only worth 6, 4 and 2 seconds respectively. Hot Spots will be
indicated by ringing of the bell.
CONTROL SHEET
All criterium riders in a pack sprint are required to check in with the official handling
the control sheet at the start line immediately (within 5 minutes) after the finish. If you
feel you placed in the top 5 in a pack sprint, please also verify your placing with the
chief judge at that time.
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Stoney Point Road Race
ROAD RACE SCHEDULE
9:00 am STONEY POINT ROAD RACE. 16.1 mile loop in rolling hills near
Stoney Point, La. (all distances are approximate)
9:00 am Cat. 1/2/3: ..................... 80.5 Miles (5 Laps).
9:10 am Cat. 4:............................ 64.4 Miles (4 Laps).
9:20 am Master-40+: .................. 64.4 Miles (4 Laps).
9:25 am Cat. 5 ............................ 32.2 Miles (2 Laps).
9:30 am Junior: ........................... 32.2 Miles (2 Laps).
9:30 am Women: ........................ 32.2 Miles (2 Laps).
Groups start in the above order.
DIRECTIONS TO ROAD RACE
(See Map) Please carpool if possible – parking is limited. From I-12 at Highway 190
go North 3 mi. on 190 to Covington and continue over the bridge at Covington.
Continue North 1.9 mi. to the intersection with La. 25 (190 turns West here). Continue
North on La. 25 another 10 mi. to Folsom. From Folsom continue North 2.7 mi. to
Hwy. 450. Turn left on 450 and continue 11.5 mi. to the Stoney Point start/finish area
at La. 10. Allow about 45 minutes driving time. (GPS: 19144 LA-450, Stoney Point,
La.; 30°49’3.5”N, 90°16’43.3W)
PARKING
Park only in the field around the church along the finish area. Please remember to use
the facilities provided. The local folks are watching!
BUNCH TIMING
ROAD RACE RULES
Bunch timing is the same as for the Road Race (see Road Race Rules).
CRITERIUM AND FINAL RESULTS and AWARDS
Results of each race will be posted in the area of the start/finish as soon as possible
following that race. Protests of final results must be made within 15 minutes of
posting. Awards will be presented as soon as possible following each race. Top 3
finishers should wear team jerseys for awards ceremony and podium photos. Complete
final results will be posted to the NOBC website (neworleansbicycleclub.org).
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2.
3.
4.
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COURSE IS OPEN TO TRAFFIC
A single following wheel truck will be provided for main groups. The large groups
will have lead motorcycles and/or police vehicles. ABSOLUTELY NO PRIVATE
VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED ON THE COURSE !!!
FEEDING only in the area of the start/finish (see map), past the finish line.
Feeding anywhere else, or from a vehicle will result in DISQUALIFICATION of
the rider! We will try to have some volunteers to provide neutral feeds to riders
without support.
COURSE: Check the course map! Riders are responsible for staying on the
course. The Road Race route includes turns at six intersections.
Riders must finish the preceding stage in order to ride in the current one. (the only
exception is the Time Trial in the event of a mishap).
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5. Riders must MAINTAIN LANE POSITIONS in the final 200 meters for a sprint
finish. WE DO NOT GUARANTEE A CLEAR LEFT LANE. If you do not feel
you are in contention for the sprint (3 places get bonuses), you need not sprint if
you are in contact at 200 meters. See section on bunch timing below.
6. CROSSING THE CENTER LINE of the road is prohibited. We are VERY serious
about this! See special section below.
7. Riders in different races (separate starts) may not work together in the Road Race.
8. Special rules and information appear below.
ROAD RACE COURSE
The Road course starts in Stoney Point on Hw. 450. The 16.1 mi. course consists of six
turns (rt, rt, rt, lft, rt, rt), and is moderately hilly with a good to excellent road surface.
The course will be ridden clockwise. Turn #4 (left turn) is downhill and very sharp and
tight!! Feeding is allowed only in the area of the start/finish (see above rules section).
All vehicles must park in the lot at the start/finish area. No vehicles are allowed on
the course. SPECIAL PRECAUTION must be taken by riders at each intersection.
Remember, we sometimes have trouble stopping cars. DO NOT blindly follow other
riders through turns.
HOT SPOT
There will be a time bonus Hot Spot at the end of the first lap of each race for FirstThird places only worth 6, 4 and 2 seconds respectively. The center line rule will be in
effect for the Hot Spot sprints.
BUNCH TIMING
Riders finishing in a group will be given the same time as the leader unless there is a
clear (ie. five-bike-length) gap at 200 meters. ALL RIDERS must verify their finish by
checking in with the referee IMMEDIATELY after.
OVERLAPPING GROUPS
If one group catches another group on the course, the group being overtaken should
neutralize until the overtaking group and its following car has passed it. Riders in one
group are not allowed to accept or receive pace from riders in other groups.
CONTROL SHEET
There will be an official with a control sheet in the finish area following each race.
Riders must check in with this official immediately following their finishes. Failure to
confirm your finish with the referee may result in a DNF placing! When returning to
the start/finish area after your finish, watch for other oncoming riders. Do not cross
the finish line twice!!
FOLLOWING CARS
There will be a single following vehicle with neutral, rider-provided, wheel support.
Following cars will be located near the start line. Spare wheels must be labeled with
the rider's number and name. It is strongly recommended that you write your name on
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STAGE 3
Covington Criterium
CRITERIUM SCHEDULE
COVINGTON CRITERIUM. Start/finish at Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New
Hampshire St., Covington, LA. Approx. 1.25 km (.8 mi.) course, to be ridden
clockwise.
7:30 am Juniors ...................................................... 30 min.
8:15 am Women ..................................................... 30 min.
9:00 am Category 5 ............................................... .40 min.
10:00 am Master-40+ ............................................... 50 min.
11:00 am Category 4 ................................................ 50 min.
12:00 am Category 1,2,3 .......................................... 60 min.
1:30 pm ..................................... Final Awards Ceremony.
DIRECTIONS TO CRITERIUM COURSE
(See Map) From I-12 at Hwy. 190, travel North on 190 about 3 miles to Covington. At
the light (don’t go over the bridge) curve right (Business 190) to Boston Street, then
turn left on Boston, go under the overpass and across the river. Turn right on Florida
and go 3 blocks to Kirkland St. Parking at St. Tammany Parish Justice Center, 701 N.
Columbia St. at Kirkland Additional parking around the course. Start/finish between E.
Gibson and Lockwood on New Hampshire at the Tammany Trace Trailhead.
CRITERIUM COURSE
Special Precautions: Although we will, of course, have a closed (to traffic) road for
these events, it is not impossible that someone will manage to get a car onto the course.
Pedestrians and possibly automobiles may need to cross the course at various points, so
stay alert! In particular, there is always the possibility of pedestrians wandering onto
the course. The road surface was recently repaved and is smooth asphalt, but there are
some reflectors that riders will cross when making turns onto and off of Boston St. The
far inside edges of some corners have drop-offs that require special caution. The
course will be ridden clockwise, and numbers go on the right side.
CRITERIUM RULES
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2.
Riders are not permitted to warm up on the course until all riders from the previous
race have finished.
The FREE LAP RULE will be in effect. You MUST report to the pit in order to
receive a free lap. The pit will be located in the area of the start line. Free laps are
allowed only for mishaps as per USAC regulations. Riders suffering a mishap may
not ride "against traffic" in order to get to the pit. NO FREE LAPS WILL BE
GRANTED DURING THE FINAL 8 KILOMETERS OF THE RACE.
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TIME TRIAL
TIME TRIAL COURSE
The Time Trial will be ONE WAY. The road surface is good to excellent. The course
runs along Hwy. 1088 from Lakeshore High Northeast toward Hwy. 36. The following
estimated start times are based on minimum anticipated field sizes. They may be
significantly different on race day. The times below are estimated, we will post a start
list at the High School. They may be significantly different on race day.
ESTIMATED TIME TRIAL START TIMES
#01 First Cat. 1/2/3:.... 5:30 pm
#100 First Cat. 4: ........ 5:45 pm
#200 First Cat. 5: ........ 6:05 pm
#300 First Master-40+: .6:25 pm
#400 First Junior:..........6:35 pm
#450 First Woman ........6:45 pm
Time Trial Course
26301 Highway 1088, Mandeville, LA
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the tire. Please offer wheels to your group's following car. Don't forget to retrieve
them immediately after the race! Riders who receive wheel changes during the race are
expected to return those wheels to the following car immediately after the finish.
Unclaimed road race wheels will be at the officials table at the Criterium.
LEFT LANE RULE
RIDERS ARE FORBIDDEN TO USE THE LEFT LANE. We are NOT able to
provide a secure rolling enclosure. A race official in each following car will be looking
specifically for this offense. Increasing one's position while over the center line will
result in a 30 second penalty or temporary relegation to the back of the field. Repeated
violations for any reason will result in DISQUALIFICATION!!
ROAD RACE RESULTS
Results of the Road Race and the start list for the Time Trial will be posted at the
Lakeshore High School (start of the TT). Protests of stage and GC placings are
acceptable up until the start of the next stage.
ROAD RACE COURSE
La. 10 to Sylvest Rd. (right @ 4.9 mi.) to Corkern/Mike Fisher Rd. (right @ 7.9 mi.) to Sunlight Rd. (left @
9.9 mi.) to Wilson Seals Rd. (right @ 11.0 mi.) to Hwy. 450 (right @ 13.5 mi.). STRAVA route:
http://app.strava.com/routes/381377
TIME TRIAL RESULTS
Results through stage 2 will be available Sat. night on the NOBC website (www.
neworleansbicycleclub.org) as soon as they are ready, and posted near the start/finish of
the criterium Sunday morning. Protests of stage and GC placings are acceptable up
until the start of the next stage Do not disturb the officials at the finish line; they will
be unable to tell you your time. If you suffered a mishap and failed to cross the finish
line, notify the officials at the start line. You will be assigned the time of the slowest
rider in your class, and you will be allowed to ride the next stage. If you find a problem
with the TT results, notify the chief referee prior to the start of the Criterium.
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STAGE 2
INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL
DIRECTIONS TO TIME TRIAL
From the road race take Hwy. 450 south 11.5 mi. to La. 25. Continue south 12 mi.
where it becomes Hwy. 190. Continue south 3 mi. past Covington to I-12. From I-12 at
Hwy 190, go East on I-12 for 5.5 miles to Exit 68, Hwy. 1088, North. Turn left
(Northeast) on 1088 and continue north on 1088 for 2.3 miles to the north entrance of
Lakeshore High School, 26301 Highway 1088, Mandeville, LA. (Note: Exit #68 off
of I-12 was only opened within the last year, so it may not show up in your mapping or
GPS device.) The Time Trial start will be located on Hwy. 1088 at the NORTH school
entrance. The start list will be available in the area of the start (north parking lot
entrance). Make sure you know when you start! We will start each group in order of
race number, so the first group to start will be the Cat. 1,2,3s, who have numbers from
1-49.
TIME TRIAL RULES
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THE COURSE IS OPEN TO TRAFFIC – Heads up at all times! Riders must
remain in the RIGHT LANE at all times.
START ORDER: RIDERS WITHIN A CLASS START IN THE ORDER OF
THEIR NUMBERS (SEE NUMBER SEQUENCES ABOVE).
START TIMES: Riders start at 30-second intervals. There will be gaps in the
sequence of numbers between classes, so PAY ATTENTION TO THE NUMBER
CALLER!!
REPORTING TO THE STARTER: You must be in the start line three minutes
(6 riders) before your start. If a rider misses his start, he must STOP at the starting
line (one foot down), then he may begin unless his start will interfere with that of
another rider, in which case the referee will instruct him to wait. Timing begins
from the original start time.
JUNIOR GEAR RESTRICTION: All Juniors must meet the current gear
restriction of 7.93 meters (26’)(52x14). Blocked gears are allowed. Juniors bikes
may be checked for proper rollout both before and after each stage.
RETURNING FROM THE FINISH: Riders are not allowed to ride two abreast
as they ride back from the TT finish to the start. Riders doing so will be penalized.
Stay as far to the right as possible so that traffic approaching from behind is not
forced out into the path of the riders still doing their time trials.
RESTARTS will normally not be allowed. Riders suffering mishaps will be given
the time of the slowest rider who finishes in his class.
DO NOT WARM UP ON THE COURSE! DO NOT RIDE AGAINST TRAFFIC
- the road is open to traffic, and you must obey all applicable traffic regulations.
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